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Yurts or Ger
These marquees are copied from tents used by nomadic people from as far afield as Turkey, Russia and Mongolia.
They are usually formed by a wooden frame in a lattice pattern to form the walls and bent wooden rafters (or stays) to form the roof. Many have a circular centre piece which was uncovered and used to vent smoke from the fire, now often covered with transparent PVC to let light into the structure.
Many examples have insulation and wooden doors. They are now commonly used for Glampsites as well as dwellings.
They are made of cream fireproof canvas and they each have felt liners giving them good insulation on colder nights.
Two of the yurts have oak doors and one has an iroko door.
12 foot diameter yurts Furnished for 2. These are used but in VGC and made of rejentex canvas FRW.